Broccoli and Potato Frittata Recipe

Broccoli and Potato Frittata Recipe {KeeperOfTheHome.org}

By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer Breakfast is an important part of our family’s day. I have two little boys who can eat as much as grown adults. Often on play dates, I pray that no eating will be involved. It’s silly, but the amount of food my little munchkins can put down always blows our new friends’ minds. Family members sit and watch our children eat in utter amazement and wonder aloud where the food goes! Keeping my boys fed is a challenge for me. […]

Best Classic Eggnog – Easy, no-cook, refined sugar free

Best Classic Eggnog - an easy, no-cook, refined sugar free recipe for the holidays!

  Guest post by Dena Norton Eggnog seems to be a love-hate thing. Well, starting now, it’s a love-LOVE thing. This easy, classic eggnog recipe is thick and rich, with the perfect amount of natural sweetness and warm holiday spice — eggnog fans and skeptics alike will find it irresistible! Real Eggnog The raw cream and pastured egg yolks give it a beautiful color and creamy texture; the honey and maple syrup add it a light, natural sweetness; and the nutmeg and cloves bring in just enough […]

6 Cleansing Foods You Should Be Eating This Winter

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Guest post by Lisa Grace Byrne, MPH Oh, winter! If you are living in the Northern hemisphere (particularly the areas where winter means cold), easing into the winter season with warmth and grace can feel a little challenging. Songs fill the airways touting that this is “the most wonderful time of the year!” and … while there is a lot of wonderful in winter, this is also a season that brings busier-than-usual schedules, excess sugar, heavier foods, and an increase in colds/flus. Of all the […]

Frugal Real Food Thanksgiving Menu + Stress-free Cooking Timeline

Frugal Real Food Thanksgiving Menu {KeeperOfTheHome.org}

Guest post by Tiffany Crumbs I’ll be the first to admit — this is the time of year when we typically throw caution out the window. We toss aside “healthy” recipes and reach for the shortening and corn syrup and pre-packaged short-cuts that we’ve always used, all for the sake of tradition. I’m including myself in this category too. I’ve been craving hot chocolate for WEEKS, and I’m not talking about the healthy kind. I’m wanting the instant hot chocolate, ripped open from a single-serve […]

Maple Glazed Pumpkin Donuts (Grain-Free, Dairy-Free)

Grain-Free Maple Glazed Pumpkin Donuts

By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer Mmm, pumpkin donuts! The aroma of sweet pumpkin pie spices filling the air with subtle maple syrup undertones is enough to wake even the sleepiest sleepy heads in our home. Combine these irresistible fall treats with a side of crispy bacon sizzling in a pan and I can guarantee you there will be a stampede making its way to the breakfast table! While it’s not everyday that we enjoy donuts for breakfast, there’s no reason to feel guilty about enjoying these treats on occasion […]

Cinnamon Apple Salad Recipe: A Perfect Holiday Side Dish

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 By Emily McClements, Contributing Writer My mom is a great cook. She grew up on a farm in Northwestern Ohio with vegetables from the garden, fruit from their fruit trees, fresh milk from their cow with real cream and homemade butter, eggs and meat from the neighbors’ chickens, and fresh beef from their cattle. She learned how to cook from her mom, my grandma, who was also an amazing cook, and then she passed her love of fresh, local, and homemade food on to my […]

Celebrate Fall with 35 Favorite GF Pumpkin Recipes

Celebrate Fall with 35 Favorite GF Pumpkin Recipes {KeeperOfTheHome.org}

  By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer Pumpkin and I have had a great relationship ever since I first met this handsome “gourd.” I remember picking out my first plump round pumpkin as a preschooler and watching my mom turn that hard, rough sphere of orange into a squishy-squashy puree of pure delight! Seriously, who doesn’t love pumpkin? It’s truly the quintessential fall favorite!Click To TweetPowered By CoSchedule Unfortunately, here in sunny Southern California, the only way we know it’s fall is when the local markets haul in big loads […]

A Day in the Life: Stacy {Mom of 3 Striving for Change While Living in Grace}

A Day in the Life: Stacy  {KeeperoftheHome.org}

By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer This is my third year writing a day in the life post for Keeper of the Home. And I must say, it feels strange! It’s caused me to reflect over how my life has changed in the past few years and I’m wrestling with a little frustration over the fact that I’m not changing as fast as I’d like to.  When my health fell apart last year (I ended up being diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease), my home suffered too. It’s […]